Unsurprisingly, G8 ThinQ users in the OEM's homeland of Korea will get the first chance to take Android 10 for a test drive sometime this month, followed by V50 ThinQ owners in the same country at some point next month. Unfortunately, LG doesn't seem ready to commit to a firm domestic release schedule yet, which obviously also means we have nothing to share in terms of official international rollout timelines.
LG G8 ThinQ and V50 ThinQ in the Western Hemisphere is early 2020, which might not be fast enough to regain the trust of a lot of people.Once again, the company is looking to turn the page to a new chapter as far as software support is concerned, focusing on "recovering the trust of smartphone customers." But it sounds like the earliest we can hope for a stable Android 10 update to hit the
On the bright side, LG is off to a slightly better start with today's announcement than back in November 2018, when the Android 9.0 Pie beta program for the G7 ThinQ opened its doors in Korea. Unfortunately, it took another eight months for the first official update on a US carrier to begin rolling out, which hopefully won't be the case this time around.